Kanye West’s ‘All Day/I Feel Like That’ Video to Premiere in a Museum

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It’s been a minute since we’ve gotten a new video from Kanye West. However, it looks like that’s all going to change because his latest visual will be premiering in Los Angeles this weekend — and in a very special way.

Directed by the award-winning filmmaker of 12 Years of Slave, Steve McQueen, “All Day/I Feel Like That” will make its American debut at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Saturday (July 25). The nine-minute clip (which is really more like a short film than a run-of-the-mill music video) will be on display in the gallery for four days during the museum’s normal hours.

Franklin Sirmans, the LACMA curator in charge of contemporary art, told the New York Times that they received the video from the director after he couldn’t make a scheduled talk at the gallery.

The “All Day/I Feel Like That” video originally premiered during Paris Fashion Week at the Foundation Louis Vuitton back in March. Shot at the Chatham Dockyard in England, the camera follows Kanye as he runs through an empty warehouse. The entire video was done in one take and showcases two singles from Kanye’s upcoming album, reportedly titled Swish. (For now, anyway.)

You can see clips of the video from its original Paris debut below. Will you be heading to the museum to check out Yeezy’s latest work of art?

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